Israeli rockets blast an alleged Islamic Jihad terrorist training camp in Syria in retaliation for a weekend suicide bombing.
Could such attacks drag the U.S. into a wider regional war? We’ll be joined by Amb. Mark Palmer, former ambassador to Hungary and author of Breaking the Real Axis of Evil.
How will the results of the California recall vote impact the Bush administration? We’ll ask Ed Gillespie, chairman of the Republican National Committee.
Wall Street is expecting decent earnings this season, but can they be sustained? We’ll get a read from Mario Gabelli, chairman of Gabelli Asset Management, and Brown Brothers’ Ron Hill.
Companies may be adding jobs, but will they be adding enough to help the economy? We'll ask Diane Swonk, chief economist for Bank One, and Anirvan Banerji, economist for the Economic Cycle Research Institute.
Plus, what’s behind McDonald's effort to revamp the McNugget? FOX News’ Dagen McDowell investigates.
And, skyrocketing prescription drug (search) costs putting lives at risk and a solution is just across the border. So why are lawmakers against it? Should the U.S. allow re-importation of prescription drugs in order to get the lowest prices? Private investigator Bo Dietl weighs in on tonight's edition of Your World with Cavuto.
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